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. in a few moments, a look at how the u.s. and israel should respond to the nuclear program. a forum on polling and the presidential election. a focus on the debate for aids and victims of hurricane sandy. >> i tend to flip over to the senate every now and again, especially if there is something important going on. coverage of the floor. the c-span has it. i even listen to c-span radio in my car sometimes if it is there. >> c-span, treated by america's cable companies in 1979, brought to you as a public-service by your television provider. now, a forum on iran's nuclear program. this debate includes a look at u.s. and israel policy in the middle east. ♪ >> i never heard such a stupid thing. [laughter] [indiscernible] >> then you have to come back and you are shaken up. >> i have yet to hear a serious argument from either of these two. no, no, you have had your say. >> you have got to say something. >> i am not prepared to sacrifice for some free market ideology. ♪ >> we are all in this. running a trade surplus unless we can find another to sell to. >> we remain on like japan. the
their biggest threat. the escalating violence now raising serious concerns about israel's security. leland vittert is in go land heights, an area between israel and syria. are the rebels making any gains? >> reporter: right now so far there is a lot of bang, bang, that's what we are seeing in the video the rebels are posting online. not a lot of strategic games. the rebels are tries trying to lay siege to three to four regime air bases in the north that are used to bomb rebel position and also resupply government troops. these one of the things the rebels are trying to deny. the government forces are hitting back and so far have repullsed these rebels in each one of the instances. the thing to note when you're watching the video is how much better armed the rebels are because they've stolen weapons from the government cases they've taken over before and who the fighters are is increasing a lot of concern around the middle east and the world. as we're learning the best fighter inside of syria are the al-qaida syndicate groups, al-qaida traders in iraq or the jihaddists, foreign fighters bro
in the rubble there. and they might exploit get away to israel that had been relatively quiet. correspondent leland vittert takes a closer look at the golan heights. >> recent syrian rebel show better armed and organized fighters laying siege to the airfield in the northern part of the country. suburbs around the capital. they show sharp increase in jihadists under the black islamist flag. and getting most of their weapons pillaging overrun army weapon depots. 3,000 hand grenades and 200,000 bullets. said this commander inventorying a recent take. from israel's boarder with a war-torn country jewish state army officer can see the battle for syria in the villages below the outpost. "today, the border is controlled by no one," explains lieutenant colonel marks. terrorist organizations could infiltrate through the fence." this is a border fence and they with working at brakeneck speed to reinforce the -- breakneck speed to reinforce the area. this is a tent trap they put in, concrete wall going deep down here underground steel reinforced to prevent vehicles crashing through. they are worried ab
is set to begin on thursday. israel says it has completed the main segment of its fans along the border with egypt. the prime banister said -- minister said there aren't serious about keeping out immigrants and foreign fighters. -- they are serious about keeping out immigrants and foreign fighters. some veterans are being forced to leave their tents and move their herds. -- bedouins are being forced to leave their tents and move their herds. more now on the series looking ahead to the big events of 2013. iranians will go for new president. mahmoud ahmadinejad is not allowed to stand for a third term. his lead to mass protests and a deadly crackdown. the economic crisis could be the driving force of change. he believed the promise of economic prosperity. that was in 2009. he never delivered. >> i don't earn enough to live. we had a better life for years ago. we see rents go up every year. the price of food rises but our income does not. even well off people are not happy and complain about the economy. >> high inflation means bread costs three times as much as it did. timesl is out to se
war. and concerns for neighboring israel. the israelis are out on the syrian border trying to build up a big border fence where we find leland vittert live in the golan heights. >> anything separating israel from syria, a couple of strands of barbed wire, from where we are, we could see and we could hear the civil war in syria rage on. hard core jihadist and al-qaeda sympathizer account for many of the syrian rebel fighters and takeover of army bases are netting them more and more sophisticated weapons. from the once quiet israel-syrian border, israeli army officers now watch the civil war rage on below. the area near the border is a no-man's land explains a lt. colonel, all kinds of organizations can enter. this is the old rusted syrian border fence and they're working to try to reinforce this area. to get is sense what they're doing, the ground is muddy and this is the tank trap they put in, a concrete wall going deep down underground to reinforce and prevent any vehicles from crashing through it and they're of course worried about people and that's where this comes in, it's a lot bi
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hear the israeli government is telling model would look like this...to take a hike. models in israel new need to look more like this. i am kind of thinking which i prefer. should women be a fan of this ban? a therapist says absolutely. what do you think of this? >>guest: i think this is an exlength -- excellent law. young girls have body image issues and eating disorders. we do have to regulate the industry, the advertising industry. >>neil: in israel, they are taking it a step further saying you cannot show it or be in the industry with that kind of look because it is unnaturally and unhealthy. but where is the line teen not allowing it on the left and allow it on the right. five pounds? what? >>guest: what i love about this law it is only the super skinny models that are banned from advertisement with body mass index of 18.5 or lower are not allowed so if you are 5' 8" that is 120 pounds. the other thing i love, a law says they, if they photo shop, or higher a bigger model, and make her smaller they have to print that in the ad. >>neil: a lot of model i-have interviewed for researc
includes a look at u.s. and israel policy in the middle east. ♪ >> i never heard such a stupid thing. [laughter] [indiscernible] >> then you have to come back and you are shaken up. >> i have yet to hear a serious argument from either of these two. no, no, you have had your say. >> you have got to say something. >> i am not prepared to sacrifice for some free market ideology. ♪ >> we are all in this. running a trade surplus unless we can find another to sell to. >> we remain unlike japan. the place where everyone in the world wants to come and the place everyone in the world wants to put their money. >> we created communists. we make two world wars. >> so what. big deal. [applause] >> if you get sick and choose to go to the united states, you have a higher risk of medical error. the cures for aids and alzheimer's will come from america, not canada. >> imagine a world without religious faith. not just no place to worship, no prayer, no scripture, but no men or women who, because of their faith, dedicate their lives to others. >> over us to supervise this. a celestial dictatorship. a
of army bases are getting more and more sophisticated weapons. from the quiet israel-syrian borders officers war the civil war rage. the area near the border is a no man's land explained an army lt. colonel. all kinds of militants can enter. this is the old syrian border fence and they are working to try to reinforce this area at break net speed. the ground is still muddy and this is the tank trap they put in, a concrete wall underground steel reinforced to prevent vehicles from crashing through and they are very worried about people. that is where this comes in, a lot bigger than the old fence at 25' tall and reinforced with lattice. the border is 40 miles long. the crews work day and night hoping to complete the fence before the rebels can take over syria. of serious concern to the israelis is inside syria is like a militants' treasure chest. they take over one of the military bases the groups get rocket propelled grenade, and anti-aircraft missiles and the concern of what will happen to the chemical weapons stockpile if and when the rebels reach that region. >>gregg: breaking new
-jazeera. they cannot get a foothold. it's because it doesn't feed in the biass against america. and against israel. >> bob: you remember "washington times" when it was still around. it still is around. but conservative paper in washington. owned by reverend son muhn, korean. everybody wants a piece of the market. >> greg: you know what you get for $100 million? mini fridge, camera and old page of older men's depends. >> dana: the other thing, look at the people that al gore assembled he is not a good manager. he didn't hire great people. >> bob: he can make money. >> observerman's depends -- olbermann's depends? >> greg: yes. >> dana: i was trying to elevate the dialogue. >> greg: you tried but you failed. >> dana: once again. >> bob: you brought it so low, tough to get it up. >> greg: right. >> andrea: oh, gosh. >> dana: chicago mayor rahm emanuel took office in 2011 he penalled to make the city streets safer. the numbers are in and the situation is grim. even the "new york times" is picking up the story. are the policies failing? we'll analyze them next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> eric: a great morning
, militants killed nine people working in an immunization program. >>> in israel, a new law is in effect, banning underweight models. advertisers are not allowed to photo shop pictures to make models appear even thinner. models also have to produce a medical report before they're allowed to work in the country. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is back in home after being discharged from a hospital in new york city. clinton was seen getting into a van with her family today. still no word on when she plans to return to work. clinton's doctors say she is expected to make a full recovery. >>> starbucks is offering reusable cups to its customers. the cups will cost $1 in addition to the coffee order. starbucks already gives customers a 10-cent discount for bringing in a reusable cup. seattle based starbucks says it hopes to serve 25% of its drinks in reusable cups by 2015. >>> a snapshot of the state's water supply. still ahead, cautious words from officials, despite today's promising numbers. >> we've been tracking very cold weather, but that's about to change. [ female announcer ] saf
in an immunization program. >>> in israel, a new law is in effect, banning underweight models. advertisers are not allowed to photo shop pictures to make models appear even thinner. models also have to produce a medical report before they're allowed to work in the country. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is back in home after being discharged from a hospital in new york city. clinton was seen getting into a van with her family today. still no word on when she plans to return to work. clinton's doctors say she is expected to make a full recovery. >>> starbucks is offering reusable cups to its customers. the cups will cost $1 in addition to the coffee order. starbucks already gives customers a 10-cent discount for bringing in a reusable cup. seattle based starbucks says it hopes to serve 25% of its drinks in reusable cups by 2015. >>> a snapshot of the state's water supply. still ahead, cautious words from officials, despite today's promising numbers. >> we've been tracking very cold weather, but that's about to change. see when temperatures will rise and when rain returns to the five
this is a law that i can appreciate in israel. they like a little meat on their models. there's a controversial new law passed in march. the models there, they have to prove that they've maintained a bmi, a body mass indecision of at least 18.5 for three months prior to a fashion shoot and also a woman who is 5'8" can weigh no less than 119 pounds. it also requires advertisers to disclose that. that we've airbrushed that. >> that's a debate here in this country, about be up front if you've been photo shopped, own it. i like that. so that's good. a little meat on the bones, nothing wrong with that. i like it. >>> this story, there's a new study out and they said that this generation, current generation, is ruder than -- they distinguished between people over 55 and those between 18 and 34 years old. they said the younger folks now are more reluctant to give a cup of tea to builders or tip the postman at christmas. they're less likely to say hello to neighbors or open the door for the elderly compared to people who are 55 years old. that's our age bracket. do you think we're ruder? >> i think the
york, mr. crowley, the gentlewoman from kansas, ms. jenkins, the gentleman from new york, mr. israel, the gentlewoman from north carolina, ms. foxx, the gentlewoman from connecticut, ms. the lauro. the gentlewoman from missouri, ms. wagner. the gentleman from new jersey, mr. andrews. the gentleman from texas, mr. sessions. the gentleman from maryland, mr. van hollen. the gentleman from illinois, mr. roskam. the gentlewoman from new mexico, ms. lujan gri h is am. and ms. kaptur, mr. tiberi, mr. latta, mr. jordan, ms. fudge, mr. chabot, mr. gibbs, mr. johnson, mr. renarci, ms. beatty, mr. joist, and mr. wenstrum. -- wenstrup. the committee will retire if the chamber to escort the speaker-elect from the chair. >> speaker-elect, john a. boehner, the speaker from ohio and the escort committee. ms. pelosi: colleagues. colleagues. to my fellow members of the house of representatives, it is a high honor to welcome you to the 113th congress. to our newest members of congress, it is a special privilege and honor to welcome you and your families and extend congratulations to the newest members
that wasn't discussed a lot was regional differences. we talked to steve israel a democrat from new york, he represents a district on long island. it's an affluent district compared to other districts. we asked him, do you agree with the $250,000 threshold and he said no he said i like more like $400,000 he got a lot of what he wanted pause the threshold was different that that because he said it's different. $250,000 in long island versus $250,000 in louisiana. there was no talk about changing it based on regional differences. host: randy in missouri, democratic caller. hi, randy. caller: i want to make three points. i'm looking good for to the filibuster activity in the new congress. plus two other points, secly, you guys in the media, you report on this debt ceiling hostage taking as though it's some kind of political game. this will affect all of america. i mean in such drastic ways. my last point is this here, any member of members of congress that adds to the public debt should be charged under the law. and any media person supporting that should be charged with insurrection you need t
to be dimming amid criticism from pro-israel groups and guy organization zagss over past comments is still in the game. close friend, former senator max cleland said, i understand his nomination is back on the table and i believe very strongly he should be defense secretary. a strong endorsement that the president is not yet ready to make but recently on nbc's meet the press did not count him out. >> my number one criteria is going to be who is going to do the best job in helping to secure america. >> and any plans of disqualifying him? >> not that i see. >> reporter: exposed to harsh scrutiny. >> anyone with any record of involvement in controversial issues will always mobilize against the would-be appointee of accusations and sometimes distortions. >> reporter: if not hagel, michelle flournoy remains in the mix. timothy geithner plans to leave sometime around inauguration. one name floated american ex be press kenneth chenault has no plans to leave that company. white house chief of staff jack lew is considered to be another choice for that job. and john brennan and acting cia director m
i was supposed to have met him in israel and of course i didn't go because of the six-day war and i was at loose ends, and i ended up, because because the hunt st. clinic -- i don't know if you guys remember the signs that said take the trip to end the trip or love means care. i should have come over to the clinic and not gone there because they were using disposable needles and i got a blood test and i became really ill with hepatitis within six weeks. and i mean really ill as an i couldn't pick up the telephone to make a call. people i taught with put a sign up outside my door with three meals a day, early morning, late at night for people to sign up and take care of me. and the dead filled in most of those times, and took great care. i had food and i had my linens changed and people helped me to the bathroom, all those things that only comes from family. when a family is taking care of you. so around the time that i was recovered enough to get out and sit in my wing chair and looked out the window and the view i would have is down the asbury st. to the dead house, i watched the b
that was not discussed a lot was regional differences. we spoke with steve israel, a democrat from new york who represents a district on long island, it is an affluent mr. perry asked him if he agrees with the threshold obama supports, he said no, he would like more than $400,000. he said if you make $250,000 in long island compared with the same in louisiana, it's different. there was no talk of changing it based on regional differences. maybe there will be something discussed in 2013. host: in missouri, democratic caller, randy. caller: hi. i am looking forward to the filibuster activity that will take place under the new congress in the senate. second, you guys in the media, you report on the debt ceiling hostage-taking as if it's a political game. as will affect all of america in drastic ways. last, any member or members of congress that [indiscernible] of the public that, they should be impeached under the 14th amendment of the constitution. any media organization that promotes such reckless actions should be charged with insurrection. people reporting on this as though it is some politica
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